Landlord & Tenant

Landlord & Tenant

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Residential

Any problems, contact us!

Commercial

Beware the rogue lease. Watch out for dilapidation clauses.

Make sure your lease meets your wishes

Let us draw up your lease!

When things go wrong, the law is complex. Don’t sign up with a lease that can come back and bite you! Know your rights and dangers when your lease expires…

Richard Jackson

richard.jackson@bromets.com

01937 838092 (direct)

01937 832371 ext 226

Dr Brian Woods PhD

brian.woods@bromets.com

01937 832371

 

Landlord and Tenant

Whether you are a landlord or a tenant we can assist you.

At Bromets we offer straightforward legal advice to both landlords and tenants of commercial and residential property. We provide a personal service where you will deal with the same person who will know who you are and what your matter is about.

The law regarding business and residential leases is constantly changing and can be complex, therefore legal advice should be sought to avoid the many legal pitfalls.

If you are a landlord, we can advise you on all matters relating to your property including dispute resolution, tenant eviction, rent recovery, and providing general advice on landlord law.

If you are a tenant, we can assist you in understanding your rights and obligations. We can also assist you with any problems that you may be experiencing with your landlord, for example, failure to carry out repairs, issue of repossession proceedings and understanding any notices that you may have received from your landlord.

A free initial consultation is available on all landlord and tenant issues.

Bromets can provide expert advice and assistance with respect to the following:

  • Tenancy agreements
  • Lease agreements
  • Business Lease renewals and terminations
  • Repossession procedures
  • Self help (distress and forfeiture by peaceable re-entry)
  • Forfeiture (Section 146 Notices and court proceedings)
  • Lease disputes
  • Disrepair disputes
  • Commercial rent arrears and service charge arrears recovery
  • Landlord and Tenant 1954 Act Notices
  • Dilapidation claims
  • Tenant Insolvency
  • Rent review disputes
  • Break notice disputes
  • Unreasonable refusal to assign lease